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Follow the Wolf Moon


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Follow the Wolf Moon by S. Donovan Mullaney
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S Donovan Mullaney's debut book of poetry explores the connections that are universal to all of us: family, love, relationships, change, and time. Mullaney's lyrical understatement and often self-deprecating humour comes through with an understanding and empathy that will touch the soul of the reader. 'A writer with a gift for language and the way a poem moves, Mullaney even displays a sense of humour and a political conscience...Delicious!' -Lloyd Schwartz, author of Cairo Traffic and Goodnight, Gracie, winner of the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism

Author Biography

A native of Plymouth, Massachusetts, S. Donovan Mullaney blends his Celtic, Pilgrim, and Native American roots in his work. From his first haiku written at age 6 to his debut collection of poetry, Follow the Wolf Moon, Mullaney's gift for language displays uncommon insight and compassion for the human condition. In addition to his writing, Mullaney is a graphic artist, print maker, painter, and Web designer who has studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston University, and the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Release date NZ
January 6th, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
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MJS Publishing Group
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